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Saturday, 7 July 2012

Ever Felt ?




The freedoms of childhood are best realized in the confines of maturity.  

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    1. Try again, others are able to..Sorry for the inconvenience

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  2. That's true..
    Single lined post, nice!

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  3. totally...
    an unusual correlation :)

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  4. When i was a kid, all i wanted was to grow up... now that i'm grown up, all i want is to be a kid again!

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  5. Oh yes os true.. I know see , when i feel my knees make weird noises on the hockey pitch..

    the good old days ALAS :)

    Bikram's

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  6. The way my life is taking turn, I wish I'd not grown up only.. But later I smile by thinking if I was a child again then I would be dreaming of being an adult. Its all about dreaming.wishing.

    Commendable efforts by you that you made such a deep thought put up with few words..

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    1. What you've said is so true. We dream of all the limits we can cross once we are beyond childhood. Only to end up missing it.

      Thanks for reading, Sridevi.

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  7. True, but not having realized it then brought out the best of it :)

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  8. Childhood is such a precious gem,but gems don't change;& childhood gives way to adulthood.

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  9. This brought a smile,instantly!:)

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  10. Yes...And there's a child within all of us alive and thriving to come out...

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    1. Now you know what made me write this line.

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  11. superb! I din't knew that even one line post can make such good sense !!! brilliant work

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  12. Yeh dault bhi lelo, yeh sohrat bhi lelo, bhale chin lo mujhse meri jawani, magar mujhko lauta do bachpan ka sawan, woh kagaj ki kasti woh barish ka paani ...

    So true!!!!!!!!!!

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  13. This one would make a nice FB status update :)

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    1. Thanks Naveen. I've deactivated my FB a/c.

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  14. and if one still has a child in him, then the gap is not "very wide"

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